Starring: Shameik Moore, Jake Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali, Brian Tyree Henry, Lily Tomlin, Luna Lauren Velez, John Mulaney, Kimiko Glenn, Nicolas Cage, Liev Schreiber

OUR RATING: ★★★★☆

Story:

Animated superhero based on the Marvel Comics character Miles Morales, directed by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman, produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. The story centers on Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) who juggles his high school life with his status as a superhero.

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Our Favorite Quotes:

'That person who helps others simply because it should or must be done, and because it is the right thing to do, is indeed without a doubt, a real superhero.' - Stan Lee (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) Click To Tweet 'Wherever I go, the wind follows. And the wind smells like rain.' - Spider-Man Noir (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) Click To Tweet

 

Best Quotes   (Total Quotes: 56)


 

[first lines]
Peter Parker: [voice over] Alright, let’s do this one last time. My name is Peter Parker. I was bitten by a radioactive spider. And for ten years, I’ve been the one and only Spider-Man. I’m pretty sure you know the rest.
[flashback to young Peter with his uncle]
Uncle Ben: With great power comes great responsibility.


 

Peter Parker: [voice over] I saved a bunch of people, fell in love, saved the city. And then I saved the city again. And again, and again, and again. And I did, uh, I did this.
[we see Spider-Man dancing and singing in the street]
Peter Parker: [voice over] We don’t really talk about this. Look, I’m a comic book. I’m a cereal. I did a Christmas album. I have an excellent theme song.
[we hear the Spider-Man theme song]
Peter Parker: [voice over] And a so-so popsicle. I mean, I’ve looked worse. But after everything, I still love being Spider-Man. I mean, who wouldn’t? So no matter how many hits I take, I always find a way to come back. Because the only thing standing between this city and oblivion is me. There’s only one Spider-Man. And you’re looking at him.


 

[Miles is being driven by his dad to school, they pass by a news report on TV]
News Reporter: There are multiple reports of another mysterious seismic event last night. Sources close to Spider-Man say he’s looking into the problem.
Jefferson Davis: Spider-Man. I mean, this guy swings in once a day, zip, zap, zop in his little mask and answers to no one. Right?
Miles Morales: Yeah, Dad. Yeah.
Jefferson Davis: And, meanwhile, my guys are out there…
Miles Morales: Yeah.
Jefferson Davis: …lives on the line, no masks.
Miles Morales: Uh-huh.
Jefferson Davis: You know, we show our faces.
[Miles notices some kids on the sidewalk]
Miles Morales: Oh, no! Dad, dad, speed up. Speed up. I know these kids.


 

[referring to Spider-Man]
Jefferson Davis: With great ability comes great accountability.
Miles Morales: That’s not even how the saying goes.
Jefferson Davis: I do like his cereal, though. I’ll give him that.


 

[dropping Miles off in front of his school]
Jefferson Davis: I love you, Miles.
Miles Morales: Yeah, I know, Dad. See you Friday.
[Miles starts to walk towards the school, Jefferson sounds his police siren, and uses his P.A  to get Miles’s attention]
Jefferson Davis: [into the P.A] You got to say “I love you” back.
Miles Morales: Dad, are you serious?
Jefferson Davis: [into the P.A] I want to hear it. “I love you, Dad.”
Miles Morales: You want to hear me say it?
Jefferson Davis: [into the P.A] “I love you, Dad.”
Miles Morales: You’re dropping me off at school.
Jefferson Davis: [into the P.A] “I love you, Dad.”
Miles Morales: Look at this place.
Jefferson Davis: [into the P.A] “Dad, I love you.”
[Miles sighs and repeats reluctantly]
Miles Morales: Dad, I love you.
Jefferson Davis: [into the P.A] That’s a copy.
[the other students laugh]
Jefferson Davis: [into the P.A] Tie your shoes, please.


 

Doc Ock: Every choice that we make would create countless other possibilities.


 

[Miles tries to sneak in the class as they are watching something on a projector]
Miss Calleros: Mr. Morales. Moving in the dark. You’re late again.
Miles Morales: Einstein said time was relative, right? Maybe I’m not late. Maybe you guys are early.
[Gwen chuckles]
Gwen Stacy: Sorry. It was just so quiet.
Miss Calleros: Would you like to keep standing there, or do you want to sit down?


 

[referring to the school kids]
Miles Morales: Can they hear my thoughts?! Why are all my thoughts so loud?!
[bumps into the security guard]
Brooklyn Visions Security Guard: I know you snuck out last night, Morales.
[thinking to himself]
Miles Morales: Play dumb!
[out loud]
Miles Morales: Who’s Morales?
[thinking to himself]
Miles Morales: Not that dumb!


 

[as he’s fighting with the Prowler]
Peter Parker: Are you mad at me? I feel like you’re mad at me.


 

[referring to the glitched streetlight]
Brooklyn Bystander: Yeah, I think it’s a Banksy.


 

[referring to Spider-Man; Miles goes to the counter to purchase a Spider-Man costume; we see Stan Lee behind the counter]
Stan: I’m going to miss him.
Miles Morales: Yeah.
Stan: We were friends, you know.
[referring to the costume]
Miles Morales: Can I return it if it doesn’t fit?
Stan: It always fits, eventually.


 

[after getting Miles knocks Peter out unconscious]
Peter B. Parker: [voice over] Alright, people, let’s do this one last time. My name is Peter B. Parker. I was bitten by a radioactive spider. And for the last twenty-two years, I thought I was the one and only Spider-Man. I’m pretty sure you know the rest. You see, I saved the city, fell in love, I got married, saved the city some more, maybe too much. My marriage got testy, made some dicey money choices. Don’t invest in a spider-themed restaurant. Then like fifteen years passed. Blah, blah, blah. Super boring. I broke my back, a drone flew into my face, I buried Aunt May. My wife and I split up. But I handled it like a champion.
[we see Peter in his costume, sitting under his shower, crying]
Peter B. Parker: [voice over] Because, you know what, no matter how many times I get hit, I always get back up. And I got a lot of time to reflect and work on myself. Did you know that seahorses, that they mate for life? Could you imagine a seahorse seeing another seahorse, and then making it work? She wanted kids and, and it scared me. I’m pretty sure I broke her heart.
[we see Peter in his apartment with a bloated belly, eating pizza]
Peter B. Parker: [voice over] Flash-forward, I’m in my apartment doing push-ups, doing ab crunches, getting strong, when this weird thing happened. And I got to say, weird things happen to me a lot. But this was real weird.
[we see Peter getting sucked into the collider and being transported into Miles’s dimension]
Peter B. Parker: [voice over] You see, I was in New York, but things were different. Also, I was dead, and blond. I was kind of perfect. It was like looking in a mirror. I have a feeling that the thing that brought me here was the thing that got him killed. You want to know what happened next? Me, too.


 

Miles Morales: Why do you look like Peter Parker?
Peter B. Parker: Because I am Peter Parker.
Miles Morales: Then why aren’t you dead? And why is your hair different? Why are you older? And why is your body a different shape?
Peter B. Parker: I’m pretty sure you just called me fat.
Miles Morales: No. No, you just…
Peter B. Parker: Hey, listen. You don’t look so hot either, kid. Most superheroes don’t wear their own merch.


 

Miles Morales: Are you a ghost?
Peter B. Parker: No.
Miles Morales: Are you a zombie?
Peter B. Parker: Stop it.
Miles Morales: Am I a zombie?
Peter B. Parker: You’re not even close.
Miles Morales: Are you from another dimension? Like a parallel universe where things are like this universe but different? And you’re Spider-Man in that universe? But somehow traveled to this universe, but you don’t know how?
Peter B. Parker: Wow. That was really just a guess?
Miles Morales: Well, we learned about it in physics.
Peter B. Parker: Quantum theory.
Miles Morales: This is amazing!


 

[as Peter glitches and falls]
Miles Morales: Hey, are you okay?
Peter B. Parker: No, I’m not.
Miles Morales: What’s going on with your body?
Peter B. Parker: I don’t think my atoms are real jazzed about being in the wrong dimension.
[he glitches again]
Peter B. Parker: Look, I’m not looking for a side gig as a Spider-Man coach. I got a lot going on in my dimension, like a lot.
Miles Morales: With great power comes great…
Peter B. Parker: Don’t you dare finish that sentence. Don’t do it! I’m sick of it.


 

Peter B. Parker: Oh, you have a goober. Give it.
Miles Morales: Wait, no. Not so fast. He called it an override key.
Peter B. Parker: There’s always a bypass key, a virus key, a who-cares key. I can never remember, so I always call it a goober. Give it.
Miles Morales: I need it to destroy the collider.
Peter B. Parker: I need it to go home!


 

Miles Morales: If I don’t turn off the collider after you leave, everyone in this city, my parents, my uncle, and millions of others, will die. And you’re just going to go home and leave me here to figure this out for myself? You good with that, Spider-Man?
Peter B. Parker: Yeah.
[Miles stops following Peter and sinks down in despair]
Peter B. Parker: What are you doing?
Miles Morales: Making you feel guilty. Is it working?
Peter B. Parker: How could it…? No. Look at me. Does it look like it’s working? No. No, it’s not…
[chuckles; then yells into his arm]
Peter B. Parker: No! No! No! Do not let him win!
[Miles looks at him with confusion]
Peter B. Parker: Alright, kid. You win. Come on, we don’t have a second to lose.


 

[as he’s biting into a burger]
Peter B. Parker: Mmm. I love this burger, it’s so delicious. One of the best burgers I’ve ever had. In my universe, this place closed six years ago. I don’t know why. I really don’t. Mmm.
[the waiter drops the bill on their table and leaves]
Peter B. Parker: You have money, right? I’m not very liquid right now.
Miles Morales: Can we focus?
Peter B. Parker: Mm-hmm. Sure.
Miles Morales: The other Peter…
Peter B. Parker: You going to eat that?
[he takes Miles’s burger and starts eating it]
Peter B. Parker: I’m listening.


 

Miles Morales: The other Peter said he was going to be showing me the ropes.
Peter B. Parker: Wow.
Miles Morales: You got any Spider-Man tips you can tell me now?
Peter B. Parker: Yeah, I got plenty. Disinfect the mask. You’re going to want to use baby powder in the suit, heavy on the joints. You don’t want any chafing, right?
Miles Morales: Anything else?
Peter B. Parker: Nope, that was everything.
Miles Morales: I think you’re going to be a bad teacher.


 

Peter B. Parker: And it’s a no on the cape.
Miles Morales: I think it’s cool.
Peter B. Parker: Take that off. It’s disrespectful.
[he grabs Mile’s cape and tosses it away]
Peter B. Parker: Spider-Man doesn’t wear a cape.


 

Peter B. Parker: Teenagers, just the worst. Miles, where did you go?
Miles Morales: I’m right here.
Peter B. Parker: Where? I can’t see you.
Miles Morales: I’m right in front of you. Can Spider-Man turn invisible?
Peter B. Parker: Not in my universe.
[he pokes Miles in the eye in his invisible form]
Miles Morales: Aah! You just poked me in my eye!
Peter B. Parker: This is incredible. Some kind of fight or flight thing.
Miles Morales: What’s that?
[they hear a noise outside the office and Miles turns invisible again]


 

Doc Ock: And obviously you’ve been glitching.
Peter B. Parker: Glitching? No. Why would you even say that?
Doc Ock: If you stay in this dimension too long, your body’s going to disintegrate. Do you know how painful that would be, Peter Parker?
Peter B. Parker: I don’t know.
Doc Ock: You can’t imagine. And I, for one, can’t wait to watch.
Peter B. Parker: What did you say your name was?
Doc Ock: Dr. Olivia Octavius.
[she stands, takes off her lab coat and her mechanical octopus tentacles emerge, one of which shoots out and grabs Peter by the throat]
Peter B. Parker: Can I assume that your friends call you Doc Ock?
Doc Ock: My friends actually call me Liv. My enemies call me Doc Ock.


 

[they enter ALCHEMAX cafeteria full of scientists]
Peter B. Parker: This would be a good time to turn invisible.
Miles Morales: Yep.
Peter B. Parker: Okay, not going to turn invisible. Selecting a bagel. Act super normal.
Woman: Spider-Man?
Peter B. Parker: You know, that’s funny, I get that a lot.
Miles Morales: Hey.
Man: Spider-Man?
[all the scientist get up and point their weapons at them]
Woman: Hey! Hands up!
Peter B. Parker: [to Miles] Now we do a switchy-switchy.
[he takes the drive from Miles and gives him the bagel]
Miles Morales: Huh?
[Peter and Miles make a run for it]
Woman: Get back here! Where do you think you’re going? He took a bagel!
Peter B. Parker: Alright, time to swing, just like I taught you.
Miles Morales: When did you teach me that?
Peter B. Parker: I didn’t. It’s a little joke for team building.


 

[as the scientists start chasing after them]
Peter B. Parker: Alright, are you ready?
Miles Morales: Of course I’m not ready!
[Peter helps Miles to shoot out his spider web and start swinging away]
Miles Morales: I can’t do this yet!
Peter B. Parker: Everybody knows that the best way to learn is under intense life threatening crisis.


 

[after falling to the ground and being chased by the scientists]
Peter B. Parker: What are you doing down there?
Miles Morales: I run better than I swing.
Peter B. Parker: You got to swing or they’ll catch you. This is what you wanted.


 

[teaching Miles to swing with his web as they are being chased by the scientists]
Peter B. Parker: Aim with your hips! Look where you want it to hit. Square your shoulders. Don’t forget to follow through! Don’t shoot off your back foot.
Miles Morales: That’s too many things!
Peter B. Parker: Then stop listening to me!
Miles Morales: That’s the best idea you’ve had all day!


 

[Miles successfully shoots his web and swing alongside Peter]
Peter B. Parker: Nice, Miles!
Miles Morales: I’m doing it!
Peter B. Parker: Good. You’re doing it. Double tap to release and thwip it out again.
Miles Morales: Okay.
Peter B. Parker: Thwip and release.
Miles and Peter: And thwip. Release. Thwip.
Peter B. Parker: And release. You’re a natural.
Miles and Peter: Thwip. Release.
Peter B. Parker: Feel the rhythm?
Miles and Peter: Thwip. And release!
Peter B. Parker: Good, Miles.
Miles Morales: I got to say, you’re amazing, man.
Peter B. Parker: We’re a little team! Me as the teacher, who could still do it. You as the student, who can do it, just not as good. I’m proud of us. Is there something you want to say to me?
Miles Morales: Peter!
[suddenly Peter glitches and starts to fall, but Miles saves him and the drive they’ve stolen]


 

[after Gwen saves Peter and Miles from the scientists]
Gwen Stacy: Hey, guys.
Miles Morales: Gwanda?
Gwen Stacy: It’s Gwen, actually.
Peter B. Parker: Oh, you know her. Very cool.
Gwen Stacy: I’m from another dimension. I mean, another, another dimension.


 

Gwen Stacy: [voice over] Alright, people. Let’s start at the beginning one last time. My name is Gwen Stacy. I was bitten by a radioactive spider. And for the last two years, I’ve been the one and only Spider-Woman. You guys know the rest. I joined a band. Saved my dad. I couldn’t save my best friend, Peter Parker, so now I save everyone else. And I don’t do friends anymore, just to avoid any distractions. And one day this weird thing happened. And I mean like really weird. I was blown into last week. Literally. I landed in New York, but not my New York. My Spider-sense told me to head to Visions Academy. I wasn’t sure why, until I met you.
[we see flashback of when Gwen bumps into Miles at his school; then back to the present]
Miles Morales: I like your haircut.
Gwen Stacy: You don’t get to like my haircut. Let’s go.


 

Miles Morales: How many more Spider-People are there?
Peter B. Parker: Save it for Comic-Con.
Miles Morales: What’s Comic-Con?


 

[referring to the garden shed that Aunt May is taking them to]
Peter B. Parker: Oh, yeah, I got one of these, too. A little, old shed where I keep my Spider gear.
[Aunt May unlocks it, the shed lights up, and the doors open to reveal an elevator, they all step inside]
Peter B. Parker: I mean, this place is pretentious.
[they descend down into a massive underground lair with various costumes, vehicles and weapons]
Miles Morales: Woh. Dude. Was yours anything like this?
Peter B. Parker: Mine was like this, but take away the jeep, the plane. Imagine it way smaller. Imagine a futon. I feel sad for this guy.


 

Miles Morales: Kingpin knows we’re coming. We’re going to be outnumbered.
Aunt May: Don’t be so sure. You might need these. Do you think you’re the only people who thought to come here.
[they all look up]
Spider-Man Noir: Hey, fellas.
Miles Morales: Is he in black and white?
Peter B. Parker: Where is that wind coming from? We’re in a basement.
Spider-Man Noir: Wherever I go, the wind follows. And the wind smells like rain.
Peni Parker: Hi, guys. Konnichiwa.
[Peni speaks in Japanese]
Peter B. Parker: This could literally not get any weirder.
Spider-Ham: It can get weirder.
[he offers his hand to Peter, which is dripping wet]
Spider-Ham: I just washed my hand, that’s why they’re wet. No other reason.
[they all look at each other and gasp in realization]
Spider-People: You’re like me.


 

Spider-Man Noir: My name is Peter Parker.
Peni Parker: My name is Peni Parker.
Spider-Ham: My name is Peter Porker.
Spider-Man Noir/Peni Parker: I was bitten by a radioactive spider.
Spider-Ham: I was bitten by a radioactive pig.


 

Spider-Man Noir: In my universe, it’s 1933, and I’m a private eye. I like to drink egg creams, and I like to fight Nazis, a lot.
Peni Parker: I’m from New York in the year 3145. I have a psychic link with a spider who lives inside my father’s robot. And we’re best friends, forever.


 

Spider-Man Noir: Sometimes I let matches burn down to my fingertips just to feel something, anything.


 

Spider-Ham: I’m a photographer for the Daily Beagle. When I’m not pooching around, I’m working like a dog, trying to sniff out the latest story. I frolic and I dance, and I do this with my pants, and my…
Peter B. Parker: Okay! Enough!


 

Spider-Man Noir: Who are you again?
Peter B. Parker: This is Miles. And he’s going to save the multiverse.
Miles Morales: Yeah, man.
Peter B. Parker: This kid can turn himself invisible. Watch this. He can do it, now.
[Miles tries but fails]
Miles Morales: I can’t do it on command.
Peter B. Parker: He can’t do it on command. But it is cool. Show them the zappy thing, Miles.
[Miles tries and fails]
Miles Morales: Can’t do it on command.
Peter B. Parker: He can’t do it on command. But he can do so much more. Like what else do you do?
Miles Morales: Just those two things.
Peter B. Parker: Just those two things.
Spider-Ham: Oh, man.
Gwen Stacy: Look, I’ve seen him in action. He’s got potential. I think he’s going to get us home.


 

Spider-Man Noir: Okay, little fella, Kingping’s going to send a lot of mugs after ya. And I’m talking hard boys, real biscuit boxers. Can you fight them all off at once?
Miles Morales: Well, uh, I haven’t actually fought anyone.
Spider-Man Noir: Surprise attack!
[Noir knocks Miles down]
Peni Parker: Can you rewire a mainframe while being shot at?
Miles Morales: Can I what?
Peni Parker: Show me!
[Noir knocks him down again]
Spider-Man Noir: Surprise attack!


 

Gwen Stacy: Can you swing and flip with the grace of a trained dancer?
Spider-Man Noir: Can you close off your feelings so you don’t get crippled by the moral ambiguity of your violent actions?
Aunt May: Can you help your aunt create an online dating profile so she can get out of the dang house once in a while?
Spider-Ham: Can you float through the air when you smell a delicious pie?
Miles Morales: What?


 

Gwen Stacy: Can you be strong?
Peni Parker: Ruthless?
Gwen Stacy: Disciplined?
Miles Morales: I don’t know. Maybe.
Peni Parker: Psychic?
Spider-Man Noir: Show me some moxie, soldier!
Gwen Stacy: Above all, no matter how many times you get hit, can you get back up?
[she knocks him down]
Spider-Man Noir: Because when a Spider-Man is on the floor…
Gwen Stacy: When you think you’ve given your all…
Spider-Ham: When you think you can’t keep going…
Spider-Man Noir: Spider-Man always gets up.


 

Gwen Stacy: Come on, Miles.
Peni Parker: Come on, Miles. You can do it.
Gwen Stacy: You can do this.
Peter B. Parker: Guys, cool it.
Peni Parker: Come on, Miles. You can do it!
Spider-Man Noir: Get up, Miles.
Gwen Stacy: Come on, Miles. Get up.
[Miles is unable to get up; the other huddle together a little distance away]
Gwen Stacy: [to Peter] You need to be more honest with yourself about this. He’s not ready. It’s obvious.
Spider-Man Noir: There’s no way. He’s just a kid.
Gwen Stacy: If he can’t do this, we have to stay and do it for him.
Spider-Man Noir: He’s looking right at us while we talk about him.
[the turn to look at Miles]
Peter B. Parker: Miles? Miles?
[they see Miles turned invisible going back up the elevator]
Peter B. Parker: You see that? He can, um, he can turn invisible.


 

[referring to the Rubik’s Cube]
Spider-Man Noir: This is purple.
Spider-Ham: No.
Spider-Man Noir: Blue?
Spider-Ham: No!


 

[after the Prowler is mortally injured by Fisk]
Uncle Aaron: Miles.
Miles Morales: Uncle Aaron. This is my fault.
Uncle Aaron: No, Miles. I’m sorry. I wanted you to look up to me. I let you down, man. I let you down. You’re the best of all of us, Miles. You’re on your way. Just keep going. Just keep going.
[Miles weeps as Aaron dies]


 

[to Miles; referring to Miles losing his uncle Aaron]
Peter B. Parker: We’ve all been there. You know, for me, it was my Uncle Ben.
Spider-Man Noir: For me, it was my Uncle Benjamin.
Peni Parker: For me, it was my father.
Gwen Stacy: For me, it was my best friend.
Spider-Ham: Miles, the hardest thing about this job is, you can’t always save everybody.
Miles Morales: Look, it was my fault. You wouldn’t understand.
Gwen Stacy: Miles, we’re probably the only ones who do understand.


 

[as a man just catches site of the Spider-People]
Spider-Ham: Do animals talk in this dimension? Because I don’t want to freak him out.
[the man passes out]


 

Peter B. Parker: Look, I know how much you want this, kid.
[the other Spider-People are listening to Peter train Miles outside the apartment window]
Spider-Man Noir: Poor little guy.
Peter B. Parker: But you don’t have it yet. I’m sorry.
Miles Morales: When will I know I’m ready?
Peter B. Parker: You won’t. It’s a leap of faith. That’s all it is, Miles. A leap of faith.


 

[after Peter leaves Miles tied up and muffled with webbing in a chair in his dorm room; he hears the door being knocked]
Jefferson Davis: Miles, it’s your dad. Please open the door. Miles, I can see your shadow moving around. Yeah, okay, I get it. I get it. You’re still ignoring me. Look, can we talk for a minute? Something happened to…
[he looks like he’s about to cry]
Jefferson Davis: Look, sometimes people drift apart, Miles. And I don’t want that to happen to us, okay? Look, I know I don’t always do what you need me to do, or say what you need me to say, but I see this spark in you. It’s amazing. It’s why I push you. But it’s yours, and whatever you choose to do with it, you’ll be great. Look, call me when you can. Okay? I love you. You don’t have to say it back, though.
[Jefferson knocks on the door to say goodbye, then turns and leaves]


 

[referring to Kingpin]
Gwen Stacy: What a pig.
Spider-Ham: [insulted] I’m right here.


 

[Peter bumps into Mary Jane, who mistakes him for a waiter]
Mary Jane: Hello.
Peter B. Parker: Oh, wow.
Mary Jane: Um, I just wondered if we could have some more bread at table twelve?
Peter B. Parker: Yeah. I’m just, uh, I’m really sorry.
Mary Jane: Oh. Don’t be sorry. It’s just bread.
Peter B. Parker: No, I wasn’t there for you when you needed me.
Mary Jane: Mm-hmm.
Peter B. Parker: I didn’t even try.
Mary Jane: That’s fine. You know, I should really get going.
Peter B. Parker: I know I could do better, if I just had another chance to give you a, the bread that you deserve.
Mary Jane: Are you okay?
[Gwen intervenes]
Gwen Stacy: Ma’am, we’ll take care of that bread right now.
Mary Jane: [to Peter] It’s been nice, uh, talking to you.
Gwen Stacy: For you, they should fill this place up with fresh bread.
[Mary Jane turns and walks away]
Gwen Stacy: Are you alright, man?
Peter B. Parker: Oh, yeah. Totally.
Gwen Stacy: Good, because we are not getting any bread.


 

Scorpion: What are you, some kind of silly cartoon?
Spider-Ham: You got a problem with cartoons?
[Ham, Noir and Peni knock him out]
Spider-Ham: Did that feel like a cartoon?


 

Spider-Ham: That’s all, folks.
Peter B. Parker: Is he allowed to say that, legally?


 

Miles Morales: Officer.
[Miles is in his Spider-Man suit]
Jefferson Davis: Spider-Man! Listen, um, down there, that was, I mean, I owe you…
[Miles embraces Jefferson, and Jefferson puts his arms around him awkwardly not realizing that Spider-Man is Miles]
Jefferson Davis: Okay!
[Miles changes his accent to a Brooklyn accent]
Miles Morales: I look forward to working with you.
Jefferson Davis: Yeah. Yeah, me too, I guess. I don’t approve of your methods, but we’re just going to have to agree to disagree.
Miles Morales: Thank you for your bravery tonight. I love you.
[Jefferson laughs awkwardly]
Jefferson Davis: Wait, what?
Miles Morales: And look behind you!
[Kingpin is caught in a Spider’s web sprawled across two buildings with a note attached to him that says, “From your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.”]


 

[last lines]
Miles Morales: [voice over] Okay, let’s do this one last time, yeah? For real this time. This is it. My name is Miles Morales. I was bitten by a radioactive spider, and for like two days, I’ve been the one and only Spider-Man. I think you know the rest. I finished my essay. Saved a bunch of people. Got hit by a drone. I did this with my dad. Met my roommate. Finally. Slapped a sticker where my dad’s never going to find it. And when I feel alone, like no one understands what I’m going through, I remember my friends who get it. I never thought I’d be able to do any of this stuff, but I can. Anyone can wear the mask. You could wear the mask. If you didn’t know that before, I hope you do now. Because I’m Spider-Man. And I’m not the only one. Not by a long shot.
[as he’s listening to music on his headphones he hears Gwen’s voice calling from her dimension]
Gwen Stacy: Miles. Miles! You got a minute?


 

[mid-credit lines]
“That person who helps others simply because it should or must be done, and because it is the right thing to do, is indeed without a doubt, a real superhero.” – Stan Lee


 

[post-credit lines; in another dimension called Nueva York]
Lyla: You’re a bit late.
Miguel O’Hara: We can’t all be everywhere at once.
Lyla: Little text might’ve been nice.
Miguel O’Hara: I was gone for less than two hours. What happened?
Lyla: Okay, okay, okay. I know what it looks like. But here’s the good news.
Miguel O’Hara: Oh, here we go.
Lyla: The multiverse didn’t collapse.
Miguel O’Hara: Oh, cool!
Lyla: A little touch and go. But it worked out.
Miguel O’Hara: Great story. Hey, did you finish the goober?
Lyla: It’s not a goober. It’s a gizmo.
Miguel O’Hara: Do you always have to call me out? It’s just really frustrating and it bums me out.
Lyla: Don’t get excited, Miguel. It’s just a prototype.
Miguel O’Hara: Not excited.
Lyla: But you could be the first person to make an autonomous multiverse jump. Or the last.
Miguel O’Hara: Okay, so we’re just going to roll the dice on this?
Lyla: So, what you do you say, pal? Where you want to go first?
Miguel O’Hara: Let’s start at the beginning one last time. Earth ’67.


 

[we see Miguel jump in Earth-67 and lands in front of that universe’s Spider-Man]
Spider-Man ’67: Woh. What the…?
Miguel O’Hara: I’m Spider-Man. I need you to come with me.
[pointing at Miguel]
Spider-Man ’67: Who the heck are you?
[Miguel points back]
Miguel O’Hara: I just told you… Listen. Listen, I’m from the future.
[pointing at Miguel]
Spider-Man ’67: How dare you point at me.
[Miguel points back]
Miguel O’Hara: You were pointing first.
[pointing at Miguel]
Spider-Man ’67: It’s rude to point.
[Miguel points back]
Miguel O’Hara: You’re being very rude. You’re not even believing what I’m saying!
[a confused looking cop is watching them]
Police Officer: Which one pointed first?
J. Jonah Jameson: Spider-Man pointed first. Obviously!
[both Spider-Men continue to point at each other]
Miguel O’Hara: You’re pointing at me right now!
Spider-Man ’67: I’m not pointing. You are pointing. I’m just pointing out your pointing…
Miguel O’Hara: Look at you! Look at your finger! Look at your finger right now! What’s it doing?
Spider-Man ’67: … which is different that normal pointing. You haven’t seen pointing until I’m finished with you.
Miguel O’Hara: You are pointing. You’re accusing me of pointing while you’re…!


Total Quotes: 56

 

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